Polly Pullar is a field naturalist, wildlife rehabilitator, freelance journalist and photographer who works in the rural environment surrounded by animals.
 
With a passion for wild places, her work reflects her deep love and understanding for the need to protect the natural environment at all costs.
 
She is currently the wildlife writer for the Scottish Field, and writes monthly for the Scots Magazine and People's Friend, and contributes to a wide range of other publications on a regular basis. For 12 years she was editor and wildlife advisor to Country Artists, and produced their company in-house magazine.
 
Her books include, Dancing with Ospreys, illustrated by Keith Brockie, Rural Portraits - Scotland's Native Farm Animals, Characters & Landscapes, also illustrated by Keith Brockie, Fauna Scotica, People & Animals in Scotland, co-authored by Mary Low, and A Drop in the Ocean - Lawrence MacEwen and the Island of Muck.
 
She is currently working on a nature-writing memoir, and is providing text for a book on red squirrels with renowned wildlife photographer Neil McIntyre.
 
A keen reader, her favourite literary event of the year is Wigtown Book Festival where she adores chairing author events, and she has recently organised Mallaig's inaugural literary event, A Write Highland Hoolie!
 

 
Polly and her Collie
 

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t :   01887 820137           e :   pollypullar@yahoo.co.uk  


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